A survey of the world’s largest financial centres sees the City maintain its top position despite pressures arising from Brexit. LONDON remains the world’s most attractive financial centre, though some European rivals are gaining ground in the wake of the Brexit vote, according to a survey. The Z/Yen global financial centres index, which ranks cities on things such as financial infrastructure and jobs, showed that while the City extended its lead over its nearest rival, New York, cities including Frankfurt and Dublin were climbing the league table. That was largely attributed to a growing number of firms in the sector looking to hedge their bets – given continuing Brexit uncertainty – by either planning to open new…